Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Mystery woman from Colombia replaces ‘El Chapo’ as DEA’s most wanted

osorioFollowing the arrest of Mexico drug mogul “El Chapo,” the most important alleged drug lord wanted by the DEA is a mystery woman from Colombia.

According to the DEA’s most wanted list, the woman is most likely called Maria Teresa Osorio de Serna, but has also gone by the names of Maria Teresa Correa, Gloria Bedoya and Iris Conde.

The DEA’s most wanted list reveals that Osorio was born somewhere in Colombia in 1950, making her 65 years old.

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Her last known place or residence was in Colombia, although the agency contradicts itself.

The DEA’s New Jersey branch said Osorio could be five years older and last resided in Hialeah, a city west of Miami, Florida.

According to the Spanish website of the BBC, the suspected narco queen used to be involved with the Medellin Cartel that was founded by slain drug lord Pablo Escobar in the 1980s.

She has been on the DEA most wanted list since 2005 for cocaine trafficking and money laundering.

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According to an anonymous source “who profoundly knows the judicial and criminal world of Colombia” and talked to the BBC, the fugitive also in Colombia’s underworld is completely unknown.

Osorio has no criminal record in Colombia. According to newspaper El Tiempo, neither the Prosecutor General’s Office nor the Police have any data on the United States’ most wanted narco.

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